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's tonight's bay area proud. good evening. >> reporter: good evening. perhaps jonathan rigby competed in his first to prove he could do it. but 11 ironmans later, he has proven that to himself. but he says his triathlons are no longer about him. just who it is for is a tonight's bay area proud. on the bike jonathan rigby uses in triathlons, there are 24 gears. it's the rest of his life, however, where jonathan uses but a single speed. >> yeah, life is fun. >> reporter: husband, father, ceo, triathlete. the way jonathan attacks life, you would think there is something chasing him. and in a way, there is. his disease. jonathan is a type 1 diabetic. >> you are constantly in fear of the diabetes, i don't mind admitting. so you have to take control of it. >> reporter: and training for triathlons, sometimes as much as 16 hours a week, is one way jonathan has learned to control his. he has since successfully finished 11 triathlons, successfully transformed himself into a role model. >> if you try hard, you can actually overcome this condition, and you can prevent it overcoming you. >> reporter: sti
after police say he and 26-year-old jonathan wilbanks and started a shoot-out with police that injured an officer. the teen's alleged accomplice wilbanks was arrested on november 16th, the night of the incident. today a memorial was held for rory parkpettiford. the 22-year-old was shot during the pair's attempted carjacking in a 7-eleven store in the 400 block of kieley boulevard. his brother says he is grateful the second suspect is behind bars. he also says he is overwhelmed with the outpouring of support from the community as the family comes to term with their loss. >> the plane flight back from hawaii to come bury my little brother was probably the longest five hours of my life, just sitting on the plane, just bawling my eyes out. and everyone is looking at me like who is this kid. it was absolutely terrible. i had to figure out what i was going to write on the plane, what i was going to say. it was really rough. but all the support is amazing. >> police say they're continuing to investigate the relationship between the two suspects. the first suspect, jonathan wilbanks, did appea
. and that upsets jonathan ogden. you don't want to upset jonathan ogden. ogden: no you don't. mayor: question seven means thousands of jobs and millions for our schools. but these west virginia casinos want to keep it all for themselves. we're not happy about that. ogden: no we aren't. mayor: so join us and vote for question seven. and west virginia, don't make me send jonathan ogden over there. mayor: vote for question seven. ogden: for baltimore. mayor: casino owners in west virginia are spending millions against question seven. that upsets me. and that upsets jonathan ogden. you don't want to upset jonathan ogden. ogden: no you don't. mayor: question seven means thousands of jobs and millions for our schools. but these west virginia casinos want to keep it all for themselves. we're not happy about that. ogden: no we aren't. mayor: so join us and vote for question seven. and west virginia, don't make me send jonathan ogden over there. mayor: vote for question seven. ogden: for baltimore.
:01::9:58 (weather kid) jonathan: turn around, there you go-butt to-01::1:41:46 actually, let's do a big loop phre, let'ssdo this. the other hilarioos moments that kept us laughing... in this week's "say whattyyu're watthing fox 45 good day baltimo & this week... things get a fox45.bbtween snakess.. face plants....aad a fiesty debate abouu the word "poinsettia"... we're happy e made it through another week. week.but there were some funny mmments... tuckee in theee too. too.one of them?... jonathan's directional skillss skills.this morning... ww share with you some of the moments that had us all what?!hat?!!--3 22:23351:588say what - bitter tom) patrice: that's very pretty s you wake up at á6630á aad get ready to get your ddy 22225:59:23 (pppsay what joel poinsettii) meg: you know jool, i say thhy're calling it poiisettiaa but they're too high to defend ttemselves, so it's reallyy poonsetta.kid) jonathan: turn around, there you go 22:26:07:14 (pp/say hang on, hang on, ang on22:23:56:03 (say what - bitter tom ) tom: -laughs- at the 6:30 wake-up? 01:01:44:46 (weather kid) jonathan: actually,, et
". our crew we have wayne rogers, jonathan, tracy byrnes and christian is back with us today. so welcome to all of you tracy, you were one of those on the show, you were warning about the side effects of the health care law. how bad is it going to get? >> it's getting bad already. the unintended consequences are out of control. look, people are going to get laid off. we're hearing that already 'cause companies just don't want to pay for health care. if you have a job, your hours might get cut to part-time or consultant. my brother just got hired as a consultant 'cause nobody wants to pay health care. then there is the premium angle of it. we hear at news corps, our premiums are going up because it is getting more expensive. everything is going to be affected by this and we've been saying it since the canaan -- nancy pelosi said she had to read the darn thing. >> i know your criticism is they didn't read it before they passed it, but one of the big criticisms here is that there was no cost control in the law, so here we are. >> well, it's going to be that way. health care costs are rising
call's jonathan strong. jonathan, thank you for being here with us i know you haven't had that much sleep. you were at one of the parties last night and you said overall the democrats were happy but there's a caveat to that. they weren't completely happy. why not? >> right. they did very well in the senate. unbelievably well in the senate. president obama won re-election pretty handily when some people thought it would be close. but in the house, they did not ping up very -- pick up very many seats. somewhere between six and eight seats, they needed 25 to take control to have came which are and a difficult cob -- chamber in 2014. so there was a little bit of undercurrent of displeasant about that. >> why no coattails in the house if the senate was doing so much better? >> you know one of the big things that happened was that the redistricting process which happens every ten years and republicans because they had a big wave in 2010 were able to make a lot of ground in drawing the districts and made it hard for democrats to win back in the house. >> just the opposite in district 6 her
, the man with the golden throat, michael eric dyson. msnbc contributor jonathan capehart of "the washington post," always effortlessly elegant. and salon.com columnist and co-host of msnbc's "the cycle" steve corn knackster kornacki. army wives meets john hecarry. three ring circus, mission impossible the cohen brothers. the extramarital affair/political drama that enveloped former cia director david petraeus gets more extraordinary by the minute. this morning washington woke up to the news that the top commander of u.s. and nato forces in afghanistan, general john allen, has also been investigated by the fbi after having exchange, according to a senior defense official, possibly thousands of potentially inappropriate e-mails with jill kelley, the 37-year-old social liaison at the heart of the scandal that led to general petraeus' resignation. house homeland security committee chair peter king had another term to describe the unfolding drama. >> it's really a great tragedy. general petraeus, one of our most distinguished generals and general allen, considered a super star in the military, d
spirit here at "gma." with the superstar designer extraordinary, jonathan adler. he's here to show how he decked our hals. we did "the play of the day" from this set, because we don't want to reveal the young, fun way he decorated the other set. >>> an exclusive look inside the final nail-biting rehearsals for "dancing with the stars." all coming up. first josh. >>> it's expected to be a record day afterall. retailers predicting it to be the busiest online shopping day of the year. >>> over the weekend, retailers raking up a record $59 million. more than half of the buyers bought online. look at what happened in some stores. this, a brawl, that erupted in a mall in california. all over women's underwear. >> yeah. >> wow. >> okay. a suspected shoplifter died outside a georgia walmart after being stopped by security guards that allegedly put him in a choke hold. >>> this morning, for the second time in as many days, massive fire broke out in a factory in bangladesh. at least 124 people were killed in factory over the weekend. it did not have emergency exits. today, thousands of workers in t
. the country's growing less white and the coalition more white. republican jonathan, democrat chris and real clear politics erin mcpike will join me next. plus, today's gut check. here it is for you to answer today. a lot of you on twit we are the thoughts. just explod÷e. do you think the president's victory will break the partisan fever in congress? check out the tumblr page. this is my executive producer hanging with me all night long on ice as we delivered the exit polling for the evening. ♪ [ male announcer ] it's time for medicare open enrollment. are you ready? compare plans and see what's new. you don't have to make changes, but it's good to look. maybe you can find better coverage, save money, or both. and check out the preventive benefits you get after the health care law. ♪ medicare open enrollment. now's the time. visit medicare.gov or call 1-800-medicare. ♪ >>> by itself the recognition that we have common hopes and dreams won't end all the gridlock or solve all our problems or substitute forhe pain staking work of building consensus. and making the difficult compromises
and they were in big financial trouble. jonathan hunt is here. what else do we know about jill kelley? >> she is 37. her family is originally from lebanon and moved to the united states in the 1970's and she grew up in philadelphia and moved to tampa, florida, after marrying a surgeon. she seemed to have made a concerted effort to become part of high society. frequently mentioned in the society panels of the tampa tribune hosting lavish parties attended by generals and politicians, and she was given the unofficial title of "honorary ambassador" by officials at the local air force base that she tried to invoke in the 9-1-1 call complaining about the media camped outside her home. we heard from her brother who said we should not prejudge this woman. >> if you know my sister, she is number one, a mother. she has three kids. number two, a i've. so after that, everything else is just...a side attraction. she is very dedicated to her husband and her kids, so something like this is pretty much a fluke. for anyone to paint her other than that is wrong. >>jonathan: everything you ever wanted or did no
of the free is becoming way too costly. joined by manager jonathan hoenig and democratic strategist margery clifton. this is an advertisement? >> what this is doing is just encouraging people to game the system. when my mother came here, she did not come here to try and get welfare benefits, she came here to be self-sufficient. what this administration is doing is trying to create people not self-sufficient but dependent. tom: jonathan, what happened to the day when immigrants set i want to go to america to have a better life? are they still doing it? >> land of the free is now land of the freebies. we turn the american dream into the dependency dream. i am vehemently anti-entitlement. we have had generations of generations of successful immigrants who came here and succeeded prior to the migration of the entitlement state. we're advertising a thing as having a damaging impact not only on the economy, but of the culture overall. tom: what is your take on this? should the government be advertising all of these? >> let's be clear, calm is approved these benefit programs as well as the appropr
&e respondieron a la escena para investigar la explosion. cesar -- hoy, jonathan wilbanks.. el hombre acusado de matar a un joven y de herir a un policia de san jose .. se presento en la corte.. take 2 box blanca -- gabriela dellan en vivo nos tiene la historia.. ---el abogado de wilbanks dijo que su defendido se mostro muy arrepentido ante el juez.. -- por su parte el hermano del sospechoso se quedo sin palabras cuando le preguntaron si wilbanks era capaz de cometer semejante crimen. 0:30 0:39 -- con la cabeza baja.. asi entro jonathan wilbanks a corte.. -- ni una palabra salio de su boca.. mientras era acusado de asesinato, intento de asesinato y asalto a mano armada. -- wilbanks en uno de los sospechosos de la muerte de rory park-pettiford, el joven de 22 aÑos.. quien fue asesinado el viernes en la noche cuando segun la policia le intentaban robar su carro... una tragedia que desencadeno una balacera donde un oficial fue herido. -- el silencio tambien invadio al hermano del sujeto, quien no sale de su asombro ante lo sucedido. we all need to unite and donate to the family's loss. i don't kno
jonathan coulter, and in pennsylvania, lehigh university professor james peterson. ari your piece in "the nation" today calls the president's win a decisive victory for liberal government. what do you mean? >> i mean that when president obama took office, we had just experienced, if we can think back on it, a profound failure of both government and elite institutions from iraq, foreign policy to finances to the response to hurricane katrina. what president obama did when he came into office was strongly and unapologetically assert the government's role in dealing with our problems. in a wide array of he car market, small businesses, tax reform. he that at great personal, political risk. and what he got back in return was, a very strong attack on the notion that we're in this together and that government has a role to play. first in the grass roots of the tea party on the ground and then in the air in what you documented, martin, and what the audience knows, one of the most well-funded attacks in the history of american politics. what i think happened last night is more than just a re-elec
to dozen including to children. we have coverage from jonathan hunt at the united nations but, first, we go to david lee miller on the ground in southern israel. >>reporter: the question, is the cease-fire going to hold? we are about a mile or so from the israeli and gaza border. this city has been pounded relentlessly for years by rocket fire. a short time after the cease-fire took affect local time there was a rocket warning taking place. you can see the city is deserted with people off the streets, people were fearful although there was a cease-fire in place and you can hear obviously the horn coveraging with people in the distance. the sentiment is that, perhaps, the cease-fire was not the way to go. many israelis, or some israelis especially in this community wanted harsher action taken against the palestinian. i can report that in tel aviv today there was for the first time since 2006 a bomb that exploded on a bus. someone tossed the bomb on the bus. two dozen people were injured. the attacker fled. hamas has not claimed responsibility for this incident but nevertheless, supporters of
jonathan hunt is live with the news. we are told, jonathan, there was trouble shortly before the blast. >> yeah, john. about 4:20 eastern, this afternoon, there was, in the words of one local reporter. a real stench of gas in the several blocks surrounding what turned out to be the site of the bomb's blast in downtown springfield, massachusetts. utility workers were apparently on scene working on this. and according to that same reporter, the smell of gas had dissipated a great deal just before strangely the explosion actually happened. that was 5:30 eastern. some 90 minutes ago. as you said it leveled one building in the area, which was reported to be the location of the score's strip club. but the good news in this is the cops had moved in because of that gas leak. they had evacuated the entire surrounding area. now, they can't be absolutely certainty point that they got out. every person in every building, but at the moment, there are no reports of any fatalities. however, several people were injured by the flying glass and other debris. they have been taken to local area hospitals.
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of the digital revolution on books, writers and publishing. joining me ken auletta, tim o reilly, jonathan safran foer an jane frieman. >> i like the idea of ebooks how they can democratize books. ma what i am afraid of is on platforms that have distracks an are inherently fast makes it harder to make books books. >> it is so important to have historical perspective. you know what we consider the book today is a relatively recent historical phenomenon. i totally disagree that homer would recognize the book. you know actually we probably more recognize the ebook. >> rose: hurricane sandy, politics and publishing when we continue. >> funding for charlie rose was provided by the following: captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> this has been a difficult week for the city of new york four days after hurricane sandy made landfall life has not yet returned to normal. gas shortages, power outages and disruptions of mass transit stand in the way of a full recovery. joining me now is ray kelly, new york city police commissioner. his force ha
committee. and jonathan is an msnbc contributor and "washington post" columnist. karen, we've had no less than six national tracking polls in the last 24 hours. >> okay. >> i tell you, i'm polled to death. >> i bet you are. we all are. >> but the story changes a bit when you look at the batt battleground states. while the national polls appear to be tight, the president is up 6 percentage points according to nbc of likely voters in ohio. what does that tell us? >> i have long believed, we have talked about this, the state polls are the thing to focus on. >> you always maintained that. >> they have the best idea in terms of their sample, women, minorities, the demographics of those states. the other key things in those battleground states is if you take a look t the early vote numbers and you start to see how hard it will be for mitt romney to get to 270 because in most of those early battleground states where there's early voting he's got to win upwards of 50% of the remaining amount of votes to win the election. that sdarts to make that a lot tougher. >> right. now, crystal, the margins
, for this president. let's get to our panel. in washington msnbc contributor jonathan capehart, democratic strategist julian epstein, and in atlanta msnbc contributor goldie taylor. our tremendous trio. jonathan, fair to say this is not exactly what president obama expected to be dealing with the week after his triumphant election? >> no, not at all. in fact, after election day the president, speaker boehner, senate ma minority leader mitch mcconnell all talking about the facecle life, what they were going to do, not going to do, what they wanted to negotiate, not negotiate, but on friday, as news exploded out from the cia thanks to our own andrea mitchell that the president accepted the resignation of the cia director, general david petraeus, all of that -- you have to add that plus all the things you talked about, fiscal cliff, to what the president has to deal with. as you said, no honeymoon, indeed. >> and added to what jonathan just said, julian, there are some concerns over this that this is just the tip of the iceberg. i want to play you something senator feinstein said to andrea mitchell this
-election but can the president turn a public mandate into a political one? we will ask new york magazine's jonathan chait next on "now." ♪ these are... [ male announcer ] marie callender's puts everything you've grown to love about sunday dinner into each of her pot pies. tender white meat chicken and vegetables in a crust made from scratch. marie callender's. it's time to savor. i'd like to thank eating right, whole grain, multigrain cheerios! mom, are those my jeans? [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't. multigrain cheerios anyone have occasional constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating? yeah. one phillips' colon health probiotic cap each day helps defend against these digestive issues with three strains of good bacteria. approved! [ phillips' lady ] live the regular life. phillips'. >>> does barack obama now have a mandate? >> i don't think so because they also re-elected the house republicans. whether people intended or not, we've got divided government. >> you don't think there's a mandate here? >> i don't. because then they would have
washington post" newsroom, pulitzer prize-winning editorial writer for "the washington post," jonathan capehart. >> hello. i spent a long time on the road driving back from south hampton, but i made it in time. >> thank goodness. since andrew ross sorkin is adopting the bush policy of preemption, let's begin with him. >> okay. very good. >> what's at stake, obviously, a lot of posturing over the past couple of weeks since the election about the fiscal cliff. what is at stake here for both sides? what happens if they don't get a deal? >> well, look. i think what happens to both sides, it's not even what happens to both sides, what happens to us which is the collective, right? it's what happens to the country which is 4% of gdp disappears overnight. and that's what this is all about. by the way, it's not just about what happens january 1st or 11:59 the day before january 1st. it's already starting to impact the economy. whether it impacts consumers -- and we'll find out today, by the way, in terms of thanksgiving and what's that meant, whether consumers are coming out or not -- but thoor
and wits? i'm joined by michael o'hanlon of the brookings institution and jonathan landay. the intelligence reporter for mcclatchy newspapers. michael, thank you for this. i want to get to the facts. am i right, is the main charge here coming from mccain and the others that ambassador rice knowingly covered up a national security breach for political purposes? >> i think that's probably correct, chris, because i don't understand the level of invective and anger otherwise. clearly, there could be a debate about whether rice chose the correct words even based on what was known at the time, and i don't think it was her most stellar performance, but i have a real hard time believing that she was trying to be mendacious or in any way misleading, and i think that senator mccain must have reached the other conclusion or it's hard for me to see why he would be so focused on this issue so long after it happened. >> so, jonathan, thank you for joining us. this is an argument about fact. i don't know how to address it except the argument being made by mccain, by lindsey graham, and by senator ayotte o
in the popular vote. that was a sign that he wasgw >> now the main man at politico. jonathan, firs you about "the cycle's" new mugs? >> i'm not because you didn't send me one. >> we got them at this moment. >> i feel deprived here. >> it's in the mail, brother. >> how do you look at the race? obama model is better than romney mod snell. >> if you look at the hispanic vote he did more poorly than john mccain and j poorer than president bush. they have to broaden the tent figure out how to message better and hispanics not just change on the policy a little bit but on the messaging. the way that hispanics talking to hispanic voters and perceive republicans to be threatening toward them. when you're talking about building fences deporting people. that doesn't hit well. the republican primary business not helpful in terms ofnic voters to the republican side. you know i think there are other factors and i would say this was a very very close election not just in the popular vote but also in the electoral college. we are used to very close electoral college wins for presid
to the lawyer of jonathan wilbanks, a man accused of a violent crime spree last week that included a carjacking, a murder and a gunfight with police. damian trujillo is at the hall of justice in san jose where wilbanks was arraigned today. dame ran? >> reporter: jonathan wilbanks was in court for less than a minute. he didn't say a word. the 25-year-old now faces the death penalty. wearing the red garb given to violent inmates, jonathan wilbanks didn't raise his head during his first court appearance. his lawyer didn't say much outside the courtroom either, but what he did say said a lot. >> the mind of the suspect? >> i would say extremely remorseful. >> what does that mean? >> remorseful for what, sir? >> reporter: wilbanks is charged with killing a carjacking victim on friday, then going on a crime spree that ended in the shoot-out with san jose police. in an exclusive interview, wilbanks' younger brother says his family is stunned, and hopes the best for the murder victims' families. >> we all need to unite and donate to the families lost. i don't know why this stuff happens, but that's the
for that. stay safe. jonathan allen, senior washington correspondent for politico joins us now and started writing a new book on hillary clinton and jonathan, obviously, hillary at the heart of when's happened today with this cease-fire but that really hasn't been the case. the tenure as secretary of state coming to an end, hasn't been much engagement on the state department's part on the u.s. government's part in the middle east peace process. i wonder if you have a sense, is that -- is that coming from the white house or did she for these past four years share the view of the white house that sort of disengaging from the process was the right move? >> i would certainly say that the united states foreign policy goals are set by the white house. even if the secretary of state has different goals. they end up doing what the white house wants. so, as far as emphasis around the world, that's something that's coming from the obama administration. and look, the middle east is an area that obviously has been a problem i would say for decades but really for centuries, maybe my len yeah. so that t
, jonathan gall of chief u.s. equity strategists at u.p.s. what's t -- ubs? >> all day long we've been asking when is the market going to care about this fiscal cliff? the answer is right now. i think what's more important than even looking at the stock market down 2%, it is a look at what happens in the bond market today where yields are falling. the market is telling you that you have a big growth problem because of this cliff ahead of us. >> jonathan, we're going to come back with you in the second half of the hour and talk a little bit more about the fiscal cliff and other things. >>> now there is europe. the president of the ecb making some comments today that put markets on edge across the world. check out the european exchanges. we've got down, down, and down. if we can check them out, we would. wouldn't we? yes, we would. >>> there is one of the reasons why. the new austerity measures being voted upon in greece. i guess most of that is taking place, michelle caruso-cabrera, our chief international correspondent, after the close of the markets. but it is a rough day for equities and a
, richard wolffe and jonathan alter have the latest on a massive day on the campaign trail. >>> plus all the latest on a bizarre day of early voting in florida. the romney campaign finally addresses their lie. and karen finney responds to the righties who blame hurricane sandy for mitt romney's rough finish. >> the hurricane is what broke romney's momentum. >> good to have you with us tonight. folks, thanks for watching. the days are racing by and time is running out. mitt romney needs something short of a miracle in the worst way. romney went to clooeflds today to project strength. in the choice of the american people can lead to one of two very different destinations. if the president were to be reelected -- [ booing ] >> it's possible, but not likely. >> romney's running mate paul ryan is trying to complete a hale mary pass in wisconsin. he was tailgating with packer fans today at lambeau field. then it was off to ohio as well. >> two more days. just two more days. two more days. this is one of those elections we will think back at and look at for years. >> the national polling averag
in opening direct talks with syrian rebel fighters. jonathan hunt is with us. there could be a push now to get assad out of syria. >>jonathan: there is a sense among this allies there is an opportunity here, with the british prime minister cameron putting pressure on president obama. in fact, he said yesterday, he wants to talk directing to president obama to find identity what they can do to end the blood should. the prime minister in an interview raised the possibility of providing safe passage for president assad if he agrees to resign. >> that can be anything. anything to get that man out of the country and to have a safe transition in syria. of course, i would favor him facing the full force of international law and justice for what he has done but anything to get that man out of the country. >>jonathan: there is the possibility now that turkey will deploy u.s. made patriot missiles to their border with syria but they have to have a formal request made by the turkey through nato. >>shepard: a safe exit for assad some have suggested that could be the best way. what does it mean? >>j
egyptian president who had close ties to israel and opposeed hamas. jonathan hunt has the news. how critical is egypt's role here? >>jonathan: absolutely critical. there are two countries that have meaningful influence over hamas in the gaza strip. one is turkey. they have less influence than egypt. egypt's president's words are of extremely important and the signals he sends to those firing the rockets. that is the reason he sent his prime minister to the gaza strip today. it is a she of solidarity. the prime minister spoke his condemnation of israel's actions and his support for the palestinians people. this is all being noted at the state department. they will not be drawn on any sort of judgment about the egyptian comments. >> i am not going to comment on the public statements he made. what i am going to say is what we have said here all along which is we want egypt, we are encouraging egypt, to use its influence on hamas. egypt made the decision that it would be helpful to send the prime minister to see what he could do. we have been in contact with them before. we have been in
not have reports from the other side. johna this -- jonathan hunt? >>jonathan: there is a security council text being circulated but when it finally gets approved it will be in effect meaningless with in proposal for any kind of action. there is the part of the u.n. secretary-general arriving in the generation -- in the generation -- egyptian capital and will meet with israeli prime minister binyamin netanyahu and palestinian president but whether the secretary-general's talks can lead to a progress seems doubtful at this point. >>shepard: i understand the u.s. and monitoring the egyptian led ceasefire negotiations. >>jonathan: yes. president obama has made his views known in the phone calls to president morrissey of egypt and prime minister binyamin netanyahu of israel saying hamas has to be stopped and the rocket attacks have to stop. egypt is at the forefront of negotiations and the united states clearly does not want to get in the middle of it or comment too much on what egypt's president morsi is saying or the public pronouncements of our other ally and important player^, turkey, wher
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